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Frank Lloyd Wright’s 100-Year-Old Imperial Hotel Is Being Honored As A Watch


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Back in 1923, as Tokyo grappled with earthquakes and fires, the Imperial Hotel emerged as a beacon of resilience. Frank Lloyd Wright wove his creativity into every facet of the building. This fusion of artistry and functionality gave birth to an iconic structure that defied conventions.

The Imperial Hotel stands tall a century later, a living testament to Wright’s genius. Its 100th anniversary is a tribute to his ability to craft spaces that transcend time. And in celebration of that, a watch has been created by American timepiece manufacturing company Bulova as an homage to the structure and Wright.

The watch boasts a hexagonal gold-tone stainless steel case with gently curved edges. The dial reflects the hotel’s essence with a dynamic peacock pattern inspired by the mural and carpets.

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